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School of Social Work Research Publications for Paula Allen-Meares

  1. Holland, T., Austin, D., Allen-Meares, P., & Garvin, C. (1991). An octennium of doctorates: Trends in characteristics of doctoral students. Arete, 16(1), 1-11.
  2. Allen-Meares, P. (1991). A study of depressive characteristics in behaviorally disordered children and adolescents. Children and Youth Services Review, 13(4), 271-286.
  3. Allen-Meares, P. (1991). Educating adolescents on the dangers of premature childbearing and drug use: A focus on prevention. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 8(4), 327-339.
  4. Allen-Meares, P. (1990). [Review of a book]. In R. Barker (Ed.), Social Work Dictionary. Washington, DC: NASW.
  5. Allen-Meares, P. (1990). [Review of a book]. In E. Dane (Ed.), Painful Passages: Working with Children with Learning Disabilities. Washington, DC: NASW.
  6. Allen-Meares, P. (1990). School social work: A powerful field of practice. Social Work in Education, 12(4), 218-220.
  7. Allen-Meares, P. (1990). International developments in social work services in schools. Social Work in Education, 12(2), 75-76.
  8. Allen-Meares, P. (1990). Social work in education: An expansion of mission. Social Work in Education, 13(1), 2-3.
  9. Allen-Meares, P. (1990). Educational reform: The humbug of the eighties. Social Work in Education, 12(3), 147-149.
  10. Allen-Meares, P. (1990). Educating black youths: The unfulfilled promise of equality. Social Work, 35(3), 283-286.
  11. Allen-Meares, P. (1990). Elementary and secondary school improvement amendments of 1988 and social services in schools: Directions for the future. Social Work in Education, 12(4), 249-260.
  12. Allen-Meares, P., & Lane, B. (1990). Social work practice: Integrating qualitative and quantitative data collection techniques. Social Work, 35(5), 452-458.
  13. Allen-Meares, P. (1989). School community relationship: An expanding role for social workers. In V. Wall & F. Young (Eds.), School Social Work and Attendance Counseling in Canada 72-83. Toronto, Canada.
  14. Allen-Meares, P. (1989). [Review of the book School-age pregnancy and parenthood: Biosocial dimensions]. Social Work in Education, 12(1), 68-69.
  15. Allen-Meares, P. (1989). [Review of the book Understanding race, ethnicity, and power: The key to efficacy in clinical practice]. Journal of School Social Work, 14(2), 52-53.
  16. Allen-Meares, P. (1989). The changing American family [Guest Editorial]. Social Work in Education, 12(1), 3-4.
  17. Allen-Meares, P., & Shapiro, C. (Eds.). (1989). Journal of Social Work and Human Sexuality [Special Volume: Adolescent Sexuality: New Challenges For Social Work], 8(1).
  18. Allen-Meares, P. (1989). Adolescent sexuality and premature parenthood: Role of the black church in prevention. Journal of Social Work and Human Sexuality, 8(1), 133-142.
  19. Allen-Meares, P., & Moroz, K. (1989). Interfacing certification requirements for school social work with CSWE standards. Arete, 14(1), 22-31.
  20. McCullagh, J., & Allen-Meares, P. (Eds.). (1988). Conducting Research: A Handbook for School Social Workers. Des Moines: State of Iowa Department of Education.
  21. Allen-Meares, P. (1988). Contribution of social work to schooling: Past and present efforts. In P. Allen-Meares (Ed.), Urban Education, 22(4), 401-411.
  22. Allen-Meares, P. (Ed.). (1988). School social work [Special Issue]. Urban Education, 22(4),
  23. Allen-Meares, P. (1988). Facilitating the transition from school to work: An empirically based prescription for handicapped youth. Children and Youth Services Review, 10(3), 189-198.
  24. Allen-Meares, P. (1987). Intervention with behaviorally disordered adolescents. Practice Application, 4(3), 1-9. Center for Adolescent Mental Health, Washington University, St. Louis.
  25. Allen-Meares, P. (1987). Behavior disorders: An empirical approach for school social workers. In J. G. McCullagh & C. A. McCullagh (Eds.), Social Work Interventions with Behaviorally-disordered Children: Practical Applications of Theory 22-36. Iowa Department of Education.


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